Welcome to the first Notebooking Round-up of 2012! As always, the Round-up is a list of the latest and greatest notebooking links on the web.
The idea behind a writer’s notebook is to keep inspiring passages and topics that will help you write. I think you could also add things like works of art or even advertisements that made you think. This is a great idea, one that I would really like to use.
Composer Notebooking Pages
A lengthy set of free pages that work with any composer.
Mrs. Wiggins shares some photos from her classroom. (Beware — your eyes may go wonky from the curly font and sideways photos, but this link is still worth a peek.)
LiveBinders is a new site to me. It looks like another way to organize your favorite links online in a way that is easy to preview and access. Click on the tabs along the top of the page to see each site.
This particular one — Foldables and Notebookables — is devoted to all things notebooking and lapbooking. (Many of the links have a classroom approach but are still applicable in many cases.)
Tonya Prater of The Traveling Praters is offering a preview of her upcoming eBook in a free excerpt. You will find some printable notebooking pages and an article about the value of field trips at Google Documents.